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Primary Source: Will of Richard Blackledge, Craven County, 1776
Primary Source: What Justice Entitles Us To
Primary Source: Wealth and Education by the Numbers, North Carolina 1900
Primary Source: Wartime Wilmington, Through the Eyes of the Cape Fear
Primary Source: Warm Springs Hotel Advertisement
Primary Source: Veteran Discusses Occupying Japan
Primary Source: Venture Smith Describes His Enslavement
Primary Source: Vance's Proclamation Against Deserters
Primary Source: Upton Sinclair's The Jungle
Primary Source: UNC Students Against The Speaker Ban
Primary Source: UNC Dismisses Benjamin Hedrick
Primary Source: Tourism Advertisement for Southern Pines, NC
Primary Source: Tobacco Workers Strike
Primary Source: Thomas Jefferson on Manufacturing and Commerce
Primary Source: Thomas Bowie's diary
Primary Source: The Workings of a Gold Mine
Primary Source: The Wilmington Record Editorial
Primary Source: The Tuscarora Ask Pennsylvania for Aid
Primary Source: The Transylvania Purchase and the Treaty of Sycamore Shoals, March 17, 1775
Primary Source: The Suffrage Amendment
Primary Source: The Story of a B-17 crew
Primary Source: The State of Franklin
Primary Source: The Rise of the Ku Klux Klan
Primary Source: The Regulators Organize
Primary Source: The Raleigh Standard Protests Conscription
Primary Source: The Raleigh Female Benevolent Society
Primary Source: The Quakers and Anti-Slavery
Primary Source: The Old North State
Primary Source: The North Carolina Oath of Allegiance
Primary Source: The North Carolina Constitution and Declaration of Rights
Primary Source: The Murder of "Chicken" Stephens
Primary Source: The Mecklenburg Resolves
Primary Source: The Loray Mill Strike Begins
Primary Source: The Legend of Tsali
Primary Source: The Knights of Labor
Primary Source: The Indian Removal Act of 1830